Bioelectromagnetics

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Edited By: James C. Lin

Impact Factor: 1.705

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 28/85 (Biology); 53/73 (Biophysics)

Online ISSN: 1521-186X

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  • Long-term electromagnetic exposure of developing neuronal networks: A flexible experimental setup

    Long‐term electromagnetic exposure of developing neuronal networks: A flexible experimental setup

    Rat cortical neurons on a MEA chip. Electrode diameter was 30 μm and electrodes’ interspace was 200 μm. Electrogenic cells (a) reestablished functional networks under exposure and sham-exposure. (b) Intrinsic neuronal activity in terms of burst or spikes on a single electrode at 62 div.

  • Detailed modeling of palpebral fissure and its influence on SAR and temperature rise in human eye under GHz exposures

    Detailed modeling of palpebral fissure and its influence on SAR and temperature rise in human eye under GHz exposures

    Local SAR distributions on transverse plane of eye.

  • Early exposure of rotating magnetic fields promotes central nervous regeneration in planarian Girardia sinensis

    Early exposure of rotating magnetic fields promotes central nervous regeneration in planarian Girardia sinensis

    Influence of RMFs exposure on early regeneration of planarians. Comparison of (A) total area of newborn blastema (after 4 h of regeneration), (B) length of regenerative nerve fibers, (C) and (D) total number of regenerative cells, and (E) and (F) length of diameter and axons of newborn neurons (after 48 h of regeneration) in RMFs exposure and control groups at acute/early stage of regeneration. White square in (A) indicates newborn blastema, black and white arrows in (E) indicated neurons and axons, respectively. * Indicates significant difference (P < 0.05). Samples in (A) and (E) were stained with AcCHS, samples in C were stained with beta-tubulin-FITC. Scale bar in (A), (C), and (E) indicates 50, 10, and 20 µm, respectively.

  • An HF exposure system for mice with improved efficiency

    An HF exposure system for mice with improved efficiency

    Center slice of SAR distribution of a single housed mice in (a) horizontal and (b) 45° orientation, normalized to 10 (μW/kg)/(V/m)2 with 3 dB/contour.

  • Decline of cell viability and mitochondrial activity in mouse skeletal muscle cell in a hypomagnetic field

    Decline of cell viability and mitochondrial activity in mouse skeletal muscle cell in a hypomagnetic field

    Experimental procedures and magnetic field conditions. (A) Experimental procedures for primary mouse skeletal muscle cell culture. (B) Location of 3-axes Helmholtz coils system (HCS), culture cells for HMF and GMF exposure in cell incubator. Magnetic field directions: X, south to north; Y, east to west; Z, downward. (C) Distribution of vector sum of magnetic field. Dashed black circles indicate location of wells in the 6-well plate. Dashed blue circles indicate location of a 60 mm petri dish.

  • Effects of exposure to gradient magnetic fields emitted by nuclear magnetic resonance devices on clonogenic potential and proliferation of human hematopoietic stem cells

    Effects of exposure to gradient magnetic fields emitted by nuclear magnetic resonance devices on clonogenic potential and proliferation of human hematopoietic stem cells

    Spatial component along x direction (Bx) of EPI signal, measured near 3 T scanner: time behavior (a) and frequency spectrum (b).

  • Long‐term electromagnetic exposure of developing neuronal networks: A flexible experimental setup
  • Detailed modeling of palpebral fissure and its influence on SAR and temperature rise in human eye under GHz exposures
  • Early exposure of rotating magnetic fields promotes central nervous regeneration in planarian Girardia sinensis
  • An HF exposure system for mice with improved efficiency
  • Decline of cell viability and mitochondrial activity in mouse skeletal muscle cell in a hypomagnetic field
  • Effects of exposure to gradient magnetic fields emitted by nuclear magnetic resonance devices on clonogenic potential and proliferation of human hematopoietic stem cells

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